The development of the Michener Awards Foundation’s website would not have been possible without the team effort of Alain Guilbert and Tim Kotcheff.
Countless hours of research, design, programming and adaptation have made the site an indispensable resource for public service journalism in Canada.
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Sharon Johnston; Tim Kotcheff, recipient Michener-Baxter Special Award; His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston.
The annual Michener Award is presented to news organizations, rather than to individuals.
In 1983, the Michener Awards Foundation established the Special Award to be presented on occasion, and at the discretion of the Board of Directors, to an individual whose achievement exemplifies the best in public service journalism.
Ottawa, June 11, 2014 – The Governor General of Canada, David Johnston, presented the ‘Michener-Baxter Special Award’ to Tim Kotcheff and Alain Guilbert during the 2013 Michener Awards ceremony held at Government House in Ottawa.
Tim Kotcheff is a former vice-president of news for both the CTV and CBC television networks, during a long and distinguished career in broadcast journalism.
Alain Guilbert served as editor-in-chief of Le Soleil and Vice-President of Canada Post during a successful career in journalism and communications.
Fourteen years ago, Tim Kotcheff persuaded the board of the Michener Awards Foundation that it needed a website.
Now, after countless thousands of volunteer hours put in by Mr.
Kotcheff, is the dominant focus and celebratory billboard of public interest journalism in Canada. Kotcheff has not only chronicled the work of the Foundation since 2000, but has also created a lively legacy of illustrated archives dating from the first Michener awards in 1970.